Montclair Public Schools Celebrate Red Nose Day

Montclair Public Schools Celebrate Red Nose Day
Posted on 05/16/2018


Last Wed., May 9, the Montclair school district participated in “Paint Montclair Day,” a collaborative effort between the Montclair Public Schools, Montclair Township and the Montclair PTA Council in anticipation of national Red Nose Day on May 24. The Red Nose Day campaign is designed to bring people together to raise awareness and help end childhood poverty.

In addition to wearing red and donning red noses, some of the awareness and fundraising activities around the district included:

  • Bradford: Students listened to speakers from the United Way and Toni’s Kitchen.
  • Buzz Aldrin: Pie in the Face of staff for a donation.
  • Charles H. Bullock: Red Nose face painting and donation jar.
  • Glenfield: Students painted portraits of prominent Montclairites to be auctioned off at art show.
  • Hillside: Students worked on components of a future Red Nose art installation for a donation.
  • Nishuane: The school held a “Read In” on the topic and collected donations.
  • Renaissance: Students and staff wore red.
  • Watchung: Students and staff donated money for a piece of red tape to affix Principal Tony Grosso to a wall.
  • Central Office: Staff wore red and donned red noses for a donation.
  • See also photos from the High School.

Parents paint their kids' faces.Everyone takes part in the celebration.Kids and teachers yell their approval.There was plenty of food, too.Red-nosed hugs for the principal.Principal looks serious even though he has a very red nose.Painting.Hillside paints.Nishuane students learn about the reasons for Red Nose Day.Eating under the umbrellas.Big waves from Northeast students.Tape waits for a principal in danger.Tony Grosso stuck to the wall.Central Office staff in their red clothes and noses.

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